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Charlie Rose

Season 1 1991 - 1992

  • 1991-10-01T04:30:00+01:00 on PBS
  • 56 mins
  • 10 days, 4 hours, 32 mins
  • United States
  • English
  • Talk Show

Acclaimed interviewer and broadcast journalist Charlie Rose engages America's best thinkers, writers, politicians, athletes, entertainers, business leaders, scientists and other newsmakers in one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions. The program is taped at Bloomberg LP's headquarters in New York City and airs on PBS stations across the U.S. as well as during evening hours on Bloomberg Television around the world. Charlie Rose also co-anchors "CBS This Morning" and is a contributing correspondent to “60 Minutes.”

262 episodes

1x01 Show #001

  • Series Premiere

    1991-10-01T04:30:00+01:00 — 56 mins

Mafia observers discuss the news that John Gotti's second-in-command, Sammy "The Bull" Gravano, has turned state's evidence. James Pinkerton, Joe Klein, and Elaine Kamarck break down the Bush administration's "New Paradigm." Film critic Elvis Mitchell discusses new and upcoming movies, including "Cape Fear" and "Malcolm X."

1x64 Roberta Flack

  • 1991-12-27T05:30:00+01:00 — 56 mins

Singer Roberta Flack talks about her life and career in music.

Journalists Dick Schaap and Gail Gardner, attorney Alice Vachss, and former boxer Jose Torres react to Mike Tyson's prison sentence. Historian Alan Bullock discusses his new book, "Hitler and Stalin: Parallel Lives." A two-part discussion with Edward Said and Gary Sick on Salman Rushdie and freedom of speech.

Lee Miringoff addresses Bill Clinton's recent success in the polls. Author Norman Mailer and columnist Nat Hentoff debate which candidate deserves to be the Democratic nominee for president. Natalie Robins, Norman Mailer, and William F. Buckley, Jr. explore the discovery that the FBI kept surveillance files on popular writers, including Mailer and Buckley. Vanity Fair's Gail Sheehy gives insight into the Clinton marriage and their political strategy. Artist William Wegman discusses his canine photography.